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September 30, 2016
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Relaxed Health – Presented by BeHealthyAndRelax.com

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September 29, 2016
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The Patterns Of Adapting To Health (path) Are A Powerful Force Shaping Health And A Person’s Ability To Adopt A Healthy Lifestyle. Supported By A Decade Of Research, The Path Are Essential To Anyone Focused On The Link Between Their Behavior And Health.

September 29, 2016
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How Dorismae Reclaimed Her Life and Walking Shoes With TAVR

When lifelong trekker and adventurer Dorismae Weber learned her aortic valve was shutting down, she was afraid she was losing something she loved most: her daily walks. But following a trans catheter aortic valve implantation, Weber reclaimed her walking shoes — and her life. This is her story. An avid walker and traveler, Dorismae Weber’s life changed […]

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September 29, 2016
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This Foolproof Trick Will Convince You to Work Out Even When You Don’t Want To

Ever feel like you just can’t get motivated to exercise? Or that you don’t have enough time in your day to fit even the quickest of workouts? We’ve all been there. Even if you’ve set yourself up for success—you’ve laid out your gym clothes the night before (or even slept in them!), you’ve put together a high-energy playlist, you have a friend waiting to meet you—sometimes even the thought of a delicious brunch isn’t enough to get you going.

Good news: we think we've discovered a potentially life-changing motivational trick, courtesy of Holly Rilinger, a celebrity trainer, FlyWheel master instructor, and Nike master trainer, as well as a trainer featured on Work Out New York.

It's all about shifting your mindset: “If you’re going to say, ‘I don’t have enough time to work out,’ you should say instead, ‘it’s not important enough to me to work out,’” Rilinger says. Whenever you find yourself low on motivation, or feeling like you’re short on time, she says that this subtle change can make a huge difference. “If you change that, you’re going to change the way you think,” she says. “And see what happens.”

Rilinger, who gave us this gem during a Facebook Live segment, also dished with us on her morning ritual, how she uses meditation to stay focused, the essential items she always keeps in her gym bag, and the one thing she recommends that her clients do every day for wellness. Watch the video above for all of her great tips.

September 29, 2016
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This 20-Minute Treadmill Workout Builds Speed and Stamina

Got 20 minutes? Then you have just enough time to hop on the treadmill for this high-intensity interval (HIIT) workout from Debora Warner, a running coach and CEO of the Mile High Run Club.

Warner calls it a "Peak to Peak" workout, since it alternates between challenging bursts of effort and lighter recovery periods. It also combines two types of interval training—hills and speed—to deliver a high-intensity sweat session in less time. As you probably already know, intervals are an efficient way for runners to build strength. Not only do they burn more calories than running at a steady pace, but they also help improve speed and stamina.

"All runners do interval and speed training or hill work to improve performance," Warner explained in a recent Facebook Live with Health at Mile High Run Club's New York City studio. "It's the only way to get faster and improve indurance." (Check out the full video below.)

RELATED: 3 Signs You Need a New Pair of Running Shoes

Ready to break a sweat? The first 10 minutes of Warner's Peak to Peak workout are comprised of hill intervals, which fire up your glutes and build strength. The final 10 minutes are speed intervals, helping you to push your pace.

Before you get started, pay attention to your form: Warner recommends that you "run tall," which means keeping your chest and ribcage out and open, and making sure your shoulders are relaxed. Your arms should be kept at a 90-degree angle, with your wrists and elbows in line.

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September 29, 2016
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Kiwanis Brings Comfort to Kids at Renown

Kiwanis Club volunteers in Sparks have been making a difference at Renown’s Children’s Hospital ER for the past 13 years by crafting dolls to bring the children comfort and help with communication. Sparks Kiwanis volunteers began the doll program in 2003 to bring comfort to children at Renown and help them communicate during their stay. “We saw […]

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